Ellis Oswalt

is creating the untold story of Nikola Tesla.

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        Nikola Tesla came from a war-torn nation. He migrated to Austria, Hungary, France, Germany, then finally Settled in the United States where he would effectively change the world. The story of his life is stranger than fiction, but there might be an explanation for some of his impossible claims.

        In the 1960s, a Texan named Charles Whitman took a rifle to the top a church tower and gunned down as many people as he could before the authorities neutralized him. Before he committed mass murder and suicide by police, he wrote a suicide note asking for an autopsy on his brain.  They found a tumor nearly the size of a tangerine pressing up against, and suffocating, his amygdala — one of the emotional control centers of the brain. Neurology students learn this story as an example of how and why strange things might happen within the brain.

       A century ago, Nikola Tesla talked about having LSD-like experiences throughout his life that began as young as the age of five. He did not take drugs, but he describes his own mind as having some sort of medical condition that gave him these recurring experiences.
Tesla’s story is particularly interesting in reference to Whitman’s brain tumor. It is believed that an LSD-like substance is created in the brain at the pineal gland, and that this substance might induce dream sleep. Perhaps, Tesla had a physical protrusion agains his pineal gland inside the brain. We will never know for sure, but whatever was going on with Nikola Tesla almost defies explanation.

        Tesla’s autobiography gives us a bounty of insight into our own times. He predicted self-driving cars just a few years after the invention of the automobile, knowing that some of his own inventions would one day allow for it . His writings mirror current times, serving as a science-fiction like prophecy from yesteryear.

       His autobiography is more difficult to read than some drama written a century prior to it . He was a rambling genius, and his words are hard to follow.  Through research and craft, I’ve recreated his autobiography in language that is plain and easy.  Now, there’s no reason for anyone not to read this dusty, 100 year old book.


Hear the story of Tesla’s life from his own words.  Why shouldn’t we take a genius for his words?  CLICK THE PDF FILE BELOW FOR A FREE DOWNLOAD OF THE FIRST CHAPTER.

Copyright 2018


Ellis Oswalt
12/28/18
Brooklyn, NY 
11205


        Nikola Tesla came from a war-torn nation. He migrated to Austria, Hungary, France, Germany, then finally Settled in the United States where he would effectively change the world. The story of his life is stranger than fiction, but there might be an explanation for some of his impossible claims.

        In the 1960s, a Texan named Charles Whitman took a rifle to the top a church tower and gunned down as many people as he could before the authorities neutralized him. Before he committed mass murder and suicide by police, he wrote a suicide note asking for an autopsy on his brain.  They found a tumor nearly the size of a tangerine pressing up against, and suffocating, his amygdala — one of the emotional control centers of the brain. Neurology students learn this story as an example of how and why strange things might happen within the brain.

       A century ago, Nikola Tesla talked about having LSD-like experiences throughout his life that began as young as the age of five. He did not take drugs, but he describes his own mind as having some sort of medical condition that gave him these recurring experiences.
Tesla’s story is particularly interesting in reference to Whitman’s brain tumor. It is believed that an LSD-like substance is created in the brain at the pineal gland, and that this substance might induce dream sleep. Perhaps, Tesla had a physical protrusion agains his pineal gland inside the brain. We will never know for sure, but whatever was going on with Nikola Tesla almost defies explanation.

        Tesla’s autobiography gives us a bounty of insight into our own times. He predicted self-driving cars just a few years after the invention of the automobile, knowing that some of his own inventions would one day allow for it . His writings mirror current times, serving as a science-fiction like prophecy from yesteryear.

       His autobiography is more difficult to read than some drama written a century prior to it . He was a rambling genius, and his words are hard to follow.  Through research and craft, I’ve recreated his autobiography in language that is plain and easy.  Now, there’s no reason for anyone not to read this dusty, 100 year old book.


Hear the story of Tesla’s life from his own words.  Why shouldn’t we take a genius for his words?  CLICK THE PDF FILE BELOW FOR A FREE DOWNLOAD OF THE FIRST CHAPTER.

Copyright 2018


Ellis Oswalt
12/28/18
Brooklyn, NY 
11205


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